Bertie's friend Bingo falls in love with every other woman he meets, from Mabel, the waitress at the bun shop, to the Amazonian Honoria Glossop (whom Aunt Agatha has earmarked for Bertie). Naturally there are obstacles to be overcome - the matter of allowances, class prejudices and a lack of revolutionary tendencies. Rely on Jeeves's superb brainpower to emancipate Bertie and Bingo from the tightest of corners.
'My "Book of the Century"... P.G. Wodehouse is at his shining best in the Jeeves stories.'
John Mortimer, Daily Telegraph